March 10, 2008

Where's the love?

Right here, babycakes. I am feeling a little Linky today.............

Monkey did not warn us that her Mummy and Baba were in town. Hello! You need to read today's post about her mother's newest "designer" handbag purchase.

Scribbit recently had an Out of Clothes experience. You absolutely must read this post about her experience with a wraparound skirt attempting to make its Great Escape. I still have not stopped giggling.

Soccer Mom Lisse wants a strong first spouse. She does an eloquent job of explaining how our society belittles the position of First Lady and why that is such a travesty.

On a more serious note, Tina has an excellent post on the "Do's and Don'ts" when it comes to your baby's hearing. She has some great info on newborn hearing testing as well which I think is very important for all parents to read before they head off to the hospital. I have a friend whose daughter had a cochlear implant about 15 years ago, so this sort of thing is always on my radar. I thought it was important enough to be on everyone else's, too. Bonus credit goes to MB of Speak Up!, which is where I found Tina's site.

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I am putting together a FAQ post - I am tired of my messy sidebar and will be moving some things to the FAQ section instead. This is your big chance at asking me a question or two. Sock it to me................

7 comments:

Scribbit said...

Thanks so much--maybe I should ship the skirt to you! :)

Mamma Sarah said...

Great post. I checked out Scribbit's post and laughed my butt off. I would have just died. :-)

Monkey McWearingChaps said...

I just emailed you off my work account about something. Thank you for the linky love.

Tina said...

Thanks for the plug :)

Goofy Girl said...

Q: Where do you see yourself in 10 years? (evil laugh)

bethiclaus said...

Thanks for linking to Tina's post. Mimiclaus failed her newborn screening and while I'm fairly certain she can hear (she startles at loud noises), it's good to know that the extended wait time to get her screened again is normal.

Rayne of Terror said...

One of our cats is deaf and it's taken us like 5 years to figure it out.